Guernsey climb two places

CAMERON CRAINE went over on the end of a pushover try in the last few minutes to secure not only a great Guernsey win at Tring but also a bonus point for a fourth try.

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Luke Sayer scores one of Guernsey's four tries against Tring. (Picture by Mike Marshall)

CAMERON CRAINE went over on the end of a pushover try in the last few minutes to secure not only a great Guernsey win at Tring but also a bonus point for a fourth try.

The 33-23 victory lifts the side two places in the National Three London & South-East table. Tring had taken an early lead before Guernsey recovered to run in three tries before the break courtesy of forward Tom Hobbs and wingers Shane Taylor and Luke Sayer.

The half-time whistle came with Guernsey leading 23-11, but Tring pushed hard after the break, but the visiting pack were dominant all afternoon and ensured they held on.

Sam Whitehead had a decent afternoon with the boot, converting two of the tries and also slotting home three penalties.